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The Most Common Acura RLX Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Acura RLX. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the RLX

The Acura RLX is a luxury 4-door executive sedan, a part of Honda’s high-end brand that competes with the likes of Toyota’s Lexus. It enjoyed a production run from 2012 to 2020, at which point the model was discontinued and replaced with the Acura TLX Type S.

With a fairly hefty starting price of about $55,000 in its last model year, the RLX was hardly a budget-friendly model, but then again Acura models were not marketed as such. The RLX came in 2 trim levels, the base-level RLX (from $55,925 in 2020), and the RLX Sport Hybrid (from $62,925 in 2020).

The Acura RLX had a rather impressive 3.5-liter V6 engine as its standard powertrain, capable of outputting up to 310-hp and paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. That power rating was helped up to 377-hp when you factored in the 3 electric motors that were included in the Sport Hybrid model.

The Sport Hybrid actually had its entire powertrain derived from the Acura NSX supercar, which allowed it fantastic acceleration, destroying most people’s preconceptions that hybrids were all about sluggish acceleration like the Toyota Prius.

The RLX got 20-mpg in the city, and 29-mpg on the highway, with the hybrid model raising the city rating up to a very competitive 28-mpg. It only offered 14.9 cubic feet of cargo space, but that was a fairly typical offering for most executive sedan cars, if not slightly more. That does go down to 12 cubic feet on the Sport Hybrid model, however.

Besides on-road performance, the Acura RLX was also strongly praised for its spacious, comfortable and well-appointed interior. It featured all-leather seats with power-adjusting and heating as optional extras. There was tri-zone climate control, power-adjustable steering wheel, ambient lighting, and even a power sunroof was standard.